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Video Series: How To Talk To Cops, Part 4: Ask For Your Lawyer

Video Series: How To Talk To Cops, Part 4: Ask For Your Lawyer

  • March 2nd, 2020
  • Bruce Denson
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Speaking with the police can be inevitable at times. While we all have our fifth amendment right to remain silent – in certain situations this can make issues much worse than they need to be. In this series, Bruce covers…

Video Series: How To Talk To Cops, Part 3: Don’t Consent To A Search

Video Series: How To Talk To Cops, Part 3: Don’t Consent To A Search

  • February 24th, 2020
  • Bruce Denson
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Speaking with the police can be inevitable at times. While we all have our fifth amendment right to remain silent – in certain situations this can make issues much worse than they need to be. In this series, Bruce covers…

Video Series: How To Talk To Cops, Part 2: Say As Little As Possible

Video Series: How To Talk To Cops, Part 2: Say As Little As Possible

  • February 17th, 2020
  • Bruce Denson
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Speaking with the police can be inevitable at times. While we all have our fifth amendment right to remain silent – in certain situations this can make issues much worse than they need to be. In this series, Bruce covers…

Video Series: How To Talk To Cops, Part 1: Be Nice

Video Series: How To Talk To Cops, Part 1: Be Nice

  • February 10th, 2020
  • Bruce Denson
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Speaking with the police can be inevitable at times. While we all have our fifth amendment right to remaining silent – in certain situations this can make issues much worse than they need to be. In this series, Bruce covers…

Withhold of Adjudication and COP

Withhold of Adjudication and COP

  • January 29th, 2020
  • Bruce Denson
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Two things happen when you enter a plea and are sentenced. There is what you do (the Plea), and there is what the judge does (the Sentence). While what you do is meaningful, what the judge does is far more…

No Contact Orders in Florida: How to Get them Lifted

No Contact Orders in Florida: How to Get them Lifted

  • January 24th, 2020
  • Bruce Denson
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If you were arrested for Domestic Battery in Pinellas County, you likely have a No Contact Order as a condition of your release. It is important you comply with the order, and it may be in your best interest to…

8 Things to Do Online to Restore Your Reputation After An Arrest

8 Things to Do Online to Restore Your Reputation After An Arrest

  • December 20th, 2019
  • Bruce Denson
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An arrest can have a significant impact on your reputation – this is particularly true in the digital age. Even if you’re eventually found not guilty of the crime for which you were arrested, if a potential employer, significant other,…

What Does the Law Say About Racing on Highways?

What Does the Law Say About Racing on Highways?

  • November 4th, 2019
  • Bruce Denson
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In 1978, in Darkness on the Edge of Town, Bruce Springsteen sang- “Tonight, tonight the strip’s just right I want to blow ’em off in my first heat Summer’s here and the time is right For racin’ in the street”…

What Is The Seatbelt Law in Florida?

What Is The Seatbelt Law in Florida?

  • November 4th, 2019
  • Bruce Denson
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In Florida, failure to wear your seatbelt is a primary offense and police can pull you over for breaking the law. If you are the driver, you are going to get a ticket even if it is one of your…

How To Handle Your Job Interview When You Have A Criminal Record

How To Handle Your Job Interview When You Have A Criminal Record

  • November 1st, 2019
  • Bruce Denson
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In today’s digital world it is easier than ever for employers to access criminal background checks. It is likely that a background check will be part of your next interview, so let’s get you ready for the questions that are…

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